Tiny housing and bio-based construction; seemingly the logic answer to the question how to protect our climate and simultaneously achieve the current construction goals. Four progressive students of BSc in Business Administration, Hanna Cohen Jehoram, Dylan Quatfass, Annique Pallesen Ultee and Ole Nijst deliver a workable solution in a time when many people have a hard time finding a home due to the housing shortage.
Last week, the Executive MBA students were surprised at home with a dose of Rock ’n’ Roll. Elisa Ostet and Erwin Nyhoff toured the country in a Cadillac to surprise students, because the planned module in South Africa could not go through due to the corona measures. That resulted in some cool dance moves and the occasional tear.
Today is Earth Day: time to reflect on our impact on nature, the environment and climate change. It is always Earth Day for alumna MSc in Management Erica Kostense. Journalist Matt Symonds of Poets & Quants talked to her.
Nearly all employees who are working from home (97%) prefer to keep working from home, even when offices are open. According to respondents in the third round of a joint research conducted by Nyenrode Business University, Open University and Moneypenny.
Maybe you fell for it; maybe you spotted it immediately. Of course, it sounds fantastic to be able to imagine yourself just for once as the lord or lady of a castle. But the castle of Nyenrode is not becoming a tourist attraction.
Develop thinking tools for the moral quest of professionals. Edgar Karssing has been appointed Professor of Philosophy, Professional Ethics and Integrity Management. Karssing looks at professional ethics and integrity management from a philosophical perspective. For example, how do you deal with the tension between morality and a commercial society?